|Operation Greenhouse - Lookout Mountain Air Force Station|
Listed at the National Archives as "Operation Greenhouse, 1952" but Operation Greenhouse was in 1951. No National Archives description. AEC "16mm film combined catalog" description: "Operation Greenhouse: Produced by the USAEC and the Lookout Mountain Air Force Station, USAF. For sale by DuArt Film Laboratories, at $79.67 per print.This nontechnical film, for intermediate through college-level audiences, describes joint USAEC and Department of Defense scientific and technical operations during p...
Keywords: Operation Greenhouse; Atomic Bomb; A-Bomb; Mushroom Cloud; Cold War; Operation Greenhouse, Marshall Islands, 1951; Enewetak Atoll (Marshall Islands); Nuclear Weapons -- Marshall Islands -- Enewetak Atoll -- Testing; Atomic Bomb -- Marshall Islands -- Enewetak Atoll -- Testing
|Operation GREENHOUSE - AEC and Joint Task Force 3|
"This test took place in the spring of 1951. It was carried out by the 8500 members of Joint Task Force Three; men drawn from the Atomic Energy Commission, its contractors, military, industrial, and educational laboratories, and from the Army, Navy, and Air Force." Operation GREENHOUSE was conducted in April and May of 1951. This test series consisted of four weapons related test shots from the 300-foot level on towers on the Enewetak Atoll, Pacific Ocean, two of which greatly aided the pursuit ...
Keywords: Operation Greenhouse; Greenhouse; atomic; nuclear; Cold War; atomic testing; nuclear testing; 1951; military; Eniwetok; Enewetak; Eniwetak; Pacific Proving Ground; national defense; Department of Defense; radiation; radioactivity; radioactive; Dog test; Easy test; George test; Item test; thermonuclear test; thermonuclear
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